Robert Griffin III participated fully in Friday’s practice and will be listed as “probable” for Sunday’s game in Philadelphia, Coach Mike Shanahan said.
“Unless there’s a setback,” Shanahan said, asked if the quarterback has been cleared by team doctors. “He went through a full practice today. He looked good. So that’s why we listed him as probable.”
Griffin missed a game for the first time this season last week in Cleveland because of a sprained LCL in his right knee. The rookie, however, has taken all of his usual reps since Wednesday’s practice.
“When I say probable, that means there’s a very, very good chance he’ll play,” Shanahan said. “There doesn’t look like there’s any setbacks with him. But if something crazy happened, we’ll know before the game. But talking to him after practice, he’s fine.”